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The Week In Green Energy: DOE Money Man Says “Adieu”

After nearly two years at the Department of Energy, Matt Rogers, the agency’s most influential bureaucrat, is leaving, having overseen one of the DOE’s most ambitious undertakings: the disbursement of billions of dollars to support the deployment of renewable energy infrastructure across the country. When Energy Secretary Steven Chu hired Rogers 19 months ago, he…

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Details Emerge On Recurrent Energy Acquisition

A group of investment banks a and law firms� will get to add some “green tombstones” thanks to Sharp’s $305 million acquisition of San Francisco solar power developer Recurrent Energy.

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Sharp Buys San Francisco Solar Developer Recurrent Energy For $305M

Japanese conglomerate Sharp in one swift swoop significantly boosted its renewable energy portfolio yesterday evening when it announced that it would pay $305 million for California solar developer Recurrent Energy and its two gigawatts� project pipeline.

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Big Misunderstandings about ARRA Stimulus for Clean Energy

By Arno Harris, CEO of Recurrent Energy A few weeks ago I flagged a story in the Christian Science Monitor titled “Stimulus Funds for Clean Energy Largely Unspent” because I thought�it deserved a clarifying ‘blog post. The story repeats�several big misunderstandings about the�status of�renewable energy programs�included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009…

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Recurrent Energy to buy rival�s 350 MW project pipeline

San Francisco-based solar developer Recurrent Energy announced on Wednesday that it will purchase a 350-megawatt project portfolio from UPC Solar. The two private companies� have not disclosed terms of the deal. The assets are either on the drawing board or further along in development and are located across the U.S. and in Canada, mostly in…

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